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EDITOR’S NOTE: For 2021, the Dallas Business Journal announced its Women in Business Awards winners class in three groups on July 6-8. Here is the entire group of honorees.
Here’s a look at the complete list of 25 honorees for the Dallas Business Journal‘s 14th annual Women in Business Awards.
These women are leaders in their fields across various industries — from retail to finance, from consulting to manufacturing, from legal to energy, from health care to marketing, from restaurants to technology, from retail to construction and architecture — and are being highlighted for their achievements in the workplace and beyond. Honorees this year include key executives at global companies and C-suite players at some of the region’s fastest-growing firms.
Click the gallery below for photos, names and companies of this year’s honorees.
The 2021 Women in Business Awards winners will be honored at an in-person event — the Dallas Business Journal’s first in 18 months — from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 24 at the Dallas Fairmount, in addition to being featured in a special publication on September 3. Stay tuned for more information about the event.
Here is your complete list of honorees for 2021:
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2020 AWARDS
Click on the gallery below for photos and stories about the Women in Business honorees from last year’s class.
Click on the video below to watch the 2020 virtual broadcast of our Women in Business Awards.
Don’t miss our first in-person celebration in 18 months, honoring the Top North Texas Women in Business of 2021!
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